Translation: from english

malignant

  • 1 malignant

    adjective
    1) (Med.) maligne (fachspr.), bösartig [Krankheit, Geschwür]

    malignant cancer — Karzinom, das (fachspr.); Krebs, der

    2) (harmful) böse [Macht]; ungünstig [Einfluss]
    3) (feeling or showing ill will) böse [Geist, Zunge, Klatsch]
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    [mə'liɡnənt]
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) böswillig
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) bösartig
    * * *
    ma·lig·nant
    [məˈlɪgnənt]
    adj
    1. MED growth, tumour bösartig, maligne fachspr
    2. (fig: evil) boshaft, bösartig, gemein
    a \malignant little bastard ein fieses kleines Arschloch derb
    \malignant pleasure hämisches Vergnügen
    * * *
    [mə'lɪgnənt]
    adj
    bösartig; (MED ALSO) maligne (spec); effect negativ

    he took a malignant delight in our misfortunes — unser Unglück bereitete ihm ein hämisches Vergnügen

    a malignant growth ( Med, fig ) — ein bösartiges Geschwür

    malignant melanoma (Med) — malignes Melanom

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    malignant
    A adj (adv malignantly)
    1. bösartig (auch MED), böswillig, feindselig
    2. boshaft, arglistig, (heim)tückisch
    3. hämisch, schadenfroh
    4. gehässig
    5. academic.ru/44834/malign">malign A 1, A 2
    6. POL unzufrieden
    B s
    1. Br HIST Königstreue(r) m/f(m), Royalist(in) (besonders Anhänger[in] von Charles I)
    2. POL Unzufriedene(r) m/f(m)
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    adjective
    1) (Med.) maligne (fachspr.), bösartig [Krankheit, Geschwür]

    malignant cancer — Karzinom, das (fachspr.); Krebs, der

    2) (harmful) böse [Macht]; ungünstig [Einfluss]
    3) (feeling or showing ill will) böse [Geist, Zunge, Klatsch]
    * * *
    adj.
    schädlich adj.

    English-german dictionary

  • 2 malignant

    1. a зловредный; пагубный

    malignant conditions — пагубные условия

    2. a злобный, злой; злостный

    malignant fairy — злая фея

    3. a мед. злокачественный

    malignant cholera — истинная или эпидемическая холера

    malignant adenoma — аденокарционома; злокачественная аденома

    malignant hypertension — злокачественная гипертония

    malignant swelling — злокачественная опухоль

    malignant tumour — злокачественная опухоль

    malignant growth — злокачественная опухоль

    Синонимический ряд:
    1. deadly (adj.) baneful; deadly; noxious; pernicious; pestilent; pestilential; virulent
    2. diseased (adj.) cancerous; dangerous; destructive; diseased; fatal; harmful; hurtful; lethal; toxic
    3. malicious (adj.) bitter; catty; despiteful; evil; hateful; malevolent; malicious; malign; mean; nasty; poisonous; rancorous; spiteful; spitish; venomous; vicious; wicked
    Антонимический ряд:
    benign; good; helpful; kind; peaceful

    English-Russian base dictionary

  • 3 malignant

    [məˈlɪɡnənt]
    malignant зловредный malignant мед. злокачественный; болезнетворный; malignant bacteria вредные бактерии, болезнетворные бактерии malignant злостный, злобный malignant мед. злокачественный; болезнетворный; malignant bacteria вредные бактерии, болезнетворные бактерии

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 4 malignant

    məˈlɪɡnənt прил.
    1) злобный, злостный His article was full of the most malignant insinuations. ≈ Его статья изобиловала злостными намеками. Syn : spiteful, malicious
    2) зловредный Syn : malicious, malign, injurious
    3) мед. злокачественный;
    болезнетворный malignant bacteria зловредный;
    пагубный - * conditions пагубные /ужасные/ условия (жизни) злобный, злой;
    злостный - * fairy злая фея - * glance злобный взгляд (медицина) злокачественный - * cholera истинная или эпидемическая холера - * growth /tumour/ злокачественная опухоль malignant зловредный ~ мед. злокачественный;
    болезнетворный;
    malignant bacteria вредные бактерии, болезнетворные бактерии ~ злостный, злобный ~ мед. злокачественный;
    болезнетворный;
    malignant bacteria вредные бактерии, болезнетворные бактерии

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь

  • 5 malignant

    [məʹlıgnənt] a
    1. зловредный; пагубный

    malignant conditions - пагубные /ужасные/ условия (жизни)

    2. злобный, злой; злостный

    malignant fairy - злая фея

    malignant glance - злобный взгляд

    3. мед. злокачественный

    malignant cholera - истинная или эпидемическая холера

    malignant growth /tumour/ - злокачественная опухоль

    НБАРС

  • 6 malignant

    mə'liɡnənt
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) maligno
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) maligno
    malignant
    tr[mə'lɪgnənt]
    adjective
    1 (person) malévolo,-a, malvado,-a, malo,-a; (action, behaviour, influence, etc) maligno,-a, perjudicial
    2 SMALLMEDICINE/SMALL maligno,-a
    malignant [mə'lɪgnənt] adj
    : maligno
    malignant
    adj.
    maligno, -a adj.
    mə'lɪgnənt
    adjective maligno
    [mǝ'lɪɡnǝnt]
    ADJ (=evil) malvado; (Med) maligno
    * * *
    [mə'lɪgnənt]
    adjective maligno

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 7 malignant

    [mə'lɪgnənt]
    aggettivo
    1) [criticism] aspro; [look] malevolo; [person] malvagio; [nature] crudele
    2) med. maligno
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    [mə'liɡnənt]
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) maligno, malevolo
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) maligno
    * * *
    malignant /məˈlɪgnənt/
    a.
    maligno; malevolo; malvagio; pernicioso: a malignant tumour, un tumore maligno; malignant glances, sguardi malevoli
    malignantly avv.
    * * *
    [mə'lɪgnənt]
    aggettivo
    1) [criticism] aspro; [look] malevolo; [person] malvagio; [nature] crudele
    2) med. maligno

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 8 malignant

    злокачественный имя прилагательное:
    злокачественный (malignant, cancerous, malign, destructive)
    злостный (malignant, uncharitable)
    злобный (malicious, vicious, spiteful, malevolent, catty, malignant)
    зловредный (malefic, malignant)
    болезнетворный (pathogenic, morbific, malignant, nosogenic)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 9 malignant

    злокачественный

    malignant adenoma — аденокарционома; злокачественная аденома

    malignant hypertension — злокачественная гипертония

    malignant swelling — злокачественная опухоль

    malignant tumour — злокачественная опухоль

    malignant growth — злокачественная опухоль

    English-Russian big medical dictionary

  • 10 malignant

    злокачественный

    malignant adenoma — аденокарционома; злокачественная аденома

    malignant hypertension — злокачественная гипертония

    malignant swelling — злокачественная опухоль

    malignant tumour — злокачественная опухоль

    malignant growth — злокачественная опухоль

    The English-Russian dictionary general scientific

  • 11 malignant

    [mə'liɡnənt]
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) ondskabsfuld
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) ondartet
    * * *
    [mə'liɡnənt]
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) ondskabsfuld
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) ondartet

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 12 malignant

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    [English Word] malignant glance
    [English Plural] malignant glances
    [Swahili Word] kijicho
    [Swahili Plural] vijicho
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 7/8
    [Derived Language] Swahili
    [Derived Word] jicho
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    [English Word] malignant person
    [English Plural] malignant people
    [Swahili Word] mkorofi
    [Swahili Plural] wakorofi
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 1/2
    [Derived Word] korofi adj
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    English-Swahili dictionary

  • 13 malignant

    [mə'lɪgnənt]
    прил.
    1) злобный; злостный; зловредный

    His article was full of the most malignant insinuations. — Его статья изобиловала самыми злостными намёками.

    malignant gossip — злословие, сплетни; поношение

    Syn:
    2) мед. злокачественный; болезнетворный
    - malignant tumour

    Англо-русский современный словарь

  • 14 malignant

    mə'liɡnənt
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) ond(sinnet), hatsk
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) ondartet
    adj. \/məˈlɪɡnənt\/
    1) (medisin, om svulst) ondartet, malign
    the tumour was not malignant
    svulsten var ikke ondartet
    2) (medisin, om sykom) svært alvorlig, svært smittsom
    3) ond, ondskapsfull, hatsk, krenkende

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 15 malignant

    malignant [məˊlɪgnənt] a
    1) мед. злока́чественный; болезнетво́рный;

    malignant bacteria вре́дные бакте́рии, болезнетво́рные бакте́рии

    2) зловре́дный
    3) зло́стный, зло́бный

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 16 malignant

    [mə'liɡnənt]
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) illgjarn
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) illkynja

    English-Icelandic dictionary

  • 17 malignant

    rosszindulatú, veszélyes, rosszakaratú, gyűlölködő
    * * *
    [mə'liɡnənt]
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) rosszindulatú
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) rosszindulatú

    English-Hungarian dictionary

  • 18 malignant

    Adj
    1. अहितकर
    She has the malignant power over him.
    2. संघाती
    Fortunately the tumor is not malignant.

    English-Hindi dictionary

  • 19 malignant

    [mə'liɡnənt]
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) malévolo
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) maligno
    * * *
    ma.lig.nant
    [məl'ignənt] n pessoa mal-intencionada. • adj 1 maligno, pernicioso. 2 Med de caráter pernicioso. 3 virulento.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

  • 20 malignant

    adj. zarar verici, habis, kötücül, kötü niyetli
    * * *
    1. kötü 2. kötü niyetli
    * * *
    [mə'liɡnənt]
    adjective
    1) ((of people, their actions etc) intending, or intended, to do harm: a malignant remark.) kötü, acımasız
    2) ((of a tumour, disease etc) likely to become worse and cause death: She died of a malignant tumour.) habis, ölümcül

    English-Turkish dictionary

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